sukot

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  • a German Jewish genre-and portrait painter his pictures of Jewish life established his reputation as one of the foremost Jewish artists of the nInteenth century
    Openheim, Moritz Daniel. 1799-1882. Bilder aus dem altjudishen familien leben. Frankfurt am main. H. keller 1882
  • Ze'ev Raban (1890-19770) Our Holidays: A picture book. Rhymes by Avi-Shai Levin Kipnis. Miller-Lynn Publishing, 1928 (New York)
  • Ze'ev Raban (1890-1970) Our Holidays: A picture Book. Rhymes by Avi-Shai, Levin Kipnis. Miller-Lynn Publishing, 1928 (New York)
  • From the Archives Department of the National Library. Painted by Zvi Livni ca. 1950
  • From the Posters Collection in the Archives Department of the National library
  • Blessing said upon entering and exiting of the sukkah. Fuerth, 1738. Manuscript on parchment
  • The Seder Ushpizin for sitting in the sukkah during the seven days of Sukkot according to the meditations prescribed by R. Hayyim Vital with additions by Shemuel Yisrael ben Meir
  • Luzzatto, Moshe Hayyim. A Song for the Synagogue. A song for the honorary grooms (hatan) of the Torah and Genesis. Single folio. Amsterdam, 1738. Casseres, Abraham. L'el- Elim. Cantata for Luzzatto's text. Tel Aviv, Israel Music Publications, 1974
  • Luzzatto, Moshe Hayyim. A Song for the Synagogue. A song for the honorary grooms (hatan) of the Torah and Genesis. Single folio. Amsterdam, 1738. Casseres, Abraham. L'el- Elim. Cantata for Luzzatto's text. Tel Aviv, Israel Music Publications, 1974
  • The woodcuts depict the various customs of Sukot. One of them describes the custom to throw fruits to the children in the synagogue on Simhat Tora; another describes the belief that one's shadow on the night of Hoshana Raba predicts one's faith.
    Minhagim (customs) in Ashkenaz. Amsterdam. Uri Veibesh. (1662).
  • The woodcuts depict the various customs of Sukot. One of them describes the custom to throw fruits to the children in the synagogue on Simhat Tora; another describes the belief that one's shadow on the night of Hoshana Raba predicts one's faith.
    Minhagim (customs) in Ashkenaz. Amsterdam. Uri Veibesh. (1662).
  • The woodcuts depict the various customs of Sukot. One of them describes the custom to throw fruits to the children in the synagogue on Simhat Tora; another describes the belief that one's shadow on the night of Hoshana Raba predicts one's faith.
    Minhagim (customs) in Ashkenaz. Amsterdam. Uri Veibesh. (1662).
  • The woodcuts depict the various customs of Sukot. One of them describes the custom to throw fruits to the children in the synagogue on Simhat Tora; another describes the belief that one's shadow on the night of Hoshana Raba predicts one's faith.
    Minhagim (customs) in Ashkenaz. Amsterdam. Uri Veibesh. (1662).